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Shazil Ali scores a hat trick as Lautoka thrash Nadi 6-0 in VPL match

Shazil Ali scores a hat trick as Lautoka thrash Nadi 6-0 in VPL match

By Priteshni Nand
Monday 10/02/2020

Shazil Ali scored a hat trick as Lautoka thrashed Nadi 6-0 in their Vodafone Premier League match at Churchill Park.

Alex Saniel, Dave Radrigai and Navneel Nand scored a goal each for the Blues.

Meanwhile, Rewa beat Nasinu 4-3 in another match at Ratu Cakobau Park.

Solomon Islands import, Atkin Kaua scored a hat trick for Nasinu  on debut while Tevita Waranivalu, France Catarogo and Epeli Valevou scored for Rewa.

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